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I have a Perl program to parse the xml file, Here I have declared the final arrayref $ups_able_info as global. Instead of this I want to make it local to the sub parsexml() and pass the same to the twig handle 'parse_table_info'. If I try to pass the arryref to the twig handle getting the ERROR: 'Global symbol "$ups_table_info" requires explicit package'. Can any one help me on this
my ($ups_able_info) = ([]); &parseXml($xmlfile); sub parseXml{ my $twig1 = new XML::Twig( twig_handlers => { 'ups:TABLE_INFO/ups:fiel +d' => \&parse_table_info} ); } ### twig handler to parse columns. sub parse_table_info { my( $twig, $table_info)= @_; my $table_column = {}; $table_column->{$table_info->first_child_text('ups:tag')} = $ +table_info->first_child_text('ups:ui_name'); push(@{$ups_table_info}, $table_column); }

In reply to Passing parameters for XML::twig handler by shree

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